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Nick Kroll will get the chance to continue clowning around for season three of his Comedy Central sketch series Kroll Show.
The star and creator of the show confirmed the third season Wednesday on Late Night with Seth Meyers.
The series is currently in its second season, which will end on March 25, after 19 episodes according to TV Media Insights.
In two seasons, the show has built a wide array of interconnecting reality show parodies, including "PubLIZity" based on the names of Liz and Liz who run a PR firm and "Pawnsylvania" about competing pawn shops in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. The show also features beloved characters like "Too Much Tuna" pranksters George St. Geegland and Gil Faizon, played by Kroll and John Mulaney respectively.
Kroll is also known for his role as Ruxin in FX's The League. The show will air on FXX in July, according to co-star Steve Rannazzisi's recent interview with Boston.com.
While on Late Night, Kroll also expressed his gratitude to Comedy Central for being "unbelievably cool about letting us do whatever we want."
Kroll Show airs on Comedy Central on Tuesdays at 10:30.
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